St. Petersburg Florida Adaptive Reuse Project Completed

Summit Design + Build has completed the adaptive reuse of a two-story, 6,900-square-foot commercial building at 2151 Central Avenue in downtown St. Petersburg.

Built-in 1926, the property was originally a multifamily building but received modern upgrades to make way for retail or restaurant tenants on the first floor and office tenants on the second floor. Renovations at the property included new skylights, a new elevator, a new second-floor deck, new bathrooms, 10 private offices, conference rooms, all new windows and a new patio.

The owner of the project, private equity firm The Anderson Group, moved their headquarters into the second floor of the building. Design Styles Architecture provided design services for the project.

The renovation of 2151 Central Avenue in dowtown St. Petersburg Florida is a great example of how to successfully complete a an adaptive reuse construction project.

View the Connect Florida article here.

2151 Central Avenue Imagery